In XXVIII world summer Universiade, students of SKSU named by M.Auezov won 1 gold and 5 bronze medals.
In the republic of South Korean, in the city Gwangju ended XXVIII world summer Universiade, where are played 272 sets of medals in the 21 sport. On account of Kazakhstani athletes six gold, four bronze medals and elevens place in overall medal standings.
It became a record in the history of Kazakhstan's participation in the summer Universiade, previously the most successful indicators is our students demonstrated at the Universiade 2007 in Bangkok. Then the students of Kazakhstan won 5 gold medals and took the 11th place team.
At the XXVIII world summer Universiade the first gold medal in a moneybox of the national team of Kazakhstan has put the three-time champion of the Asian games 2014, swimmer, student of the Department of physical education and sport KazNU named by al-Farabi Dmitry Balandin. He excelled in the 100m breaststroke, and swim 50 m. Dmitry proved that he is one of the best swimmers not only in Asia but throughout the world. A three-time winner of the games was a student of KazNU, runner Victoria Zyabkin priority at distances of 100, 200 meters and 4x100m relay, where together with her fled Julia Rakhmanova, Svetlana Ivanchikova and Anastasia Culpina (Kazakh Academy of sport and tourism). Student of the South Kazakhstan state University named by M. Auezov, taekwondo fighter Nursultan Mamayev was the strongest in the weight category up to 58 kg. Another gold medal in athletics was pleased with the student of the physico-technical Department of the Treasury, the vaulter Nikita Filippov, on the first attempt subdued height of 5.5 m.
On the first day of the Universiade, Zhanar Kashkyn was third in the tournament of judestos in weight category of 70 kg. Two "bronze" games on account of Kazakh masters of shotgun shooting. In the women's team tournament at the skete became third ASEM Orynbay , Angelina Mishchuk and Jania Aydarhanova (SKSU), and in the same discipline into the men the same success achieved Andrey Frolov, Vladimir Potepalov and Aleksandr Yeshchenko (SKSU).